Independence Day of India and advancements in healthcare systems.

Independence

Steve Harvey had once said that he was no doctor. He was just a common man with much more common sense than other common men. A professional who practices medicine is called a physician or a medical doctor. He is concerned with promoting, maintaining and restoring human health by means of the study, diagnosis and the treatment of any physical or mental discomfort such as disease, injury or other impairments.

Independent India has always been proud to be a nation, which is leading in the world in the terms of good physicians and good quality medical care. And, one of the rapidly growing metropolises that is contributing heartily to this success is India. Situated near the national capital, instead of being overshadowed by the grandeur of Delhi, it is on its way to outshine all other cities. Producing a brilliant arsenal of doctors, it is advancing at a great rate, accompanied no doubt by its decision to accept new methodologies and adopt futuristic technologies to make health-care services efficient and affordable on a wide scale.

Most of the doctors practicing and residing in India, have graduated from top-class institutes with flying colours. This degree qualifies the medical practitioners to become licensed or registered under the laws of the State and India is proud to register them as their jewels.

Those physicians in India are the best who are the most ingenuous inspirers of hope. The roles of a clown and that of a doctor are the same – to elevate the possible and to relieve suffering. After all, the good physician is the one who treats the disease. While the great physician is the one who treats the patient who has the disease. Independent India has sure enough, reached the near-zenith of futuristic and advanced healthcare in the world. By- Rounak Bose

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